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Out of the Silent Planet
Out of the Silent Planet
Offered by Videomusiconline
Price: £17.00

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 3 Great Maiden Songs, 20 April 2006
Out of the silent planet is a brillant song, it is very catch and make an execellent single. The addition of Aces High and Wasted Years just adds to the brillance. Wasted years with its catchyness and Aces high with its brilliant guitar.

Star Wars: Empire At War (PC DVD)
Star Wars: Empire At War (PC DVD)

23 of 27 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Couple of let downs, 20 Mar. 2006
Empire at War has two major let downs.
Firstly the size restrictions on the number of units you can have, we were promised immense battle on land and in space. But if you want powerful units your restricted by size, for example the maximum number of Star Destroyers allowed at once is 6 if your lucky. The restrictions are less obvious in ground battle as the number your allowed increase the more you capture. On the Galactic map you have a limited unit number is well, this is ok it adds to strategy but when random events give you units it pushes you over this limit and you cant build any more units.
The second let down is the AI, in Skirmish or Campaigns the AI is good, but when you go on Galactic Conquest the AI can be very very very stupid. I had two planets Nal Hutta and Tatooine, both with the same buildings, both with black markets. But, Nal Hutta was undefended and Tatooine had all of my space fleet, so they attack Tatooine. This is not a really good example, so heres another. I had all but one of my planets completely defenseless and open to atack in 389 days they didnt attack, so i killed them.
Though these arent major problems they can at times impede an all round good game, still BUY IT, it is worth it.

Fable: The Lost Chapters (Xbox)
Fable: The Lost Chapters (Xbox)
Offered by multimedia-online
Price: £22.99

15 of 22 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Too Short? No, 7 Feb. 2006
There are those who complain Fable is too short, well it isnt. Sure you can complete the missions in 8 hours or so but that is not where the value of this games lies, its in the freedom, the freedom to do what you want. Talk to a true fable fan and they well tell you of what deeds they have done, probably how they went to a village killed everyone and then bought the village, or how the started mugging people in the forests then fighting hordes of undead. This is where the true fun in fable lies. Lost chapters adds even more options to the already cramped table, new quests are a bonus but i was happier when i saw a chicken dance option and when i won a fishing hat. This game is worth a buy but not if your just going to do the missions and then spend your time complaining, however there is one major fault towards the end the missions suck you in and you want be able to stop doing them. BUY THIS GAME

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II - Sith Lords (Xbox)
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II - Sith Lords (Xbox)

12 of 14 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Great but could be better., 17 Jan. 2006
KOTOR 2 is a vast improvement on the first game in almost all areas. Things are more streamlined and a lot more user freindly, for example a system to quickly changed weapons rather than having to go the menu and look through you huge list of weapons for the sword you want. Unequiping items is also a lot easier simply go to the character screen or invetory screen whilst in the Ebon Hawk and you can select to remove other characters items speeding thins up. The major let down however is the story is slightly more of a let down, with it being confusing or somewhat tedious at times and the ending, the ending leaves much to be desired. Luckily though there are new feats and force powers to enjoy and the items are different each time you play making it hard to do everything the same each time. It has quite a lot of long term appeal with new dialogue being unlocked when you complete it as a light and a dark character, ive still yet to mention the new character classes and the option to turn your characters to jedi or sith. Its an improvement but the story is not as compelling or as full of shocks and the last boss can be killed in two moves if your evil. Well worth bying regardless of whether you have played the first game.

Advance Wars: Dual Strike (Nintendo DS)
Advance Wars: Dual Strike (Nintendo DS)
Offered by My Bay Hospice
Price: £39.99

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars May ruin social life, 13 Dec. 2005
This may be the most addictive game EVER! i mean it. I have played it for a total of 50 hours and i've only had it a week. Buy this game now. Dont ask questions just by it. Only problems are the loss of social life and the need to recharge your DS batteries every day.

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